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Top shows to see in March

Here's our pick of the best shows to see in London this March. Book tickets for the hottest shows in town!

Visit London this Easter to see a top new show, watch a star-studded performance or treat mum for Mother's Day. Several top picks end this month, so don't miss out.

Chicago at the Phoenix Theatre

Follow the story of a murderous showgirl as hit musical Chicago returns to the London stage. Cuba Gooding Jr leads the cast of the show that includes songs Roxie and Razzle Dazzle. 26 Mar-23 Jun. Book now

Strictly Ballroom The Musical at the Piccadilly Theatre

Enter a world of glamour, sequins and competitive dance with Strictly Ballroom The Musical. Based on Baz Luhrmann’s film, this stage adaptation tells the story of a champion dancer who breaks the rules in order to find love. 29 Mar-21 Jul. Book now

TINA – The Tina Turner Musical at the Aldwych Theatre

Discover the true story of a music legend in TINA – The Tina Turner Musical. Featuring hits including The Best and Proud Mary, the show follows Turner’s rise from small town life to global superstar. 21 Mar-16 Jun. Book now

Brief Encounter at the Empire Cinema Haymarket

Man and woman sheltering underneath coat in the rain in Brief Encounter.

Experience the acclaimed stage version of one of the most romantic films ever, Brief Encounter. Discover how a chance meeting at a train station sparks a timeless love story. 2 Mar-2 Sep. Book now

Girl from the North Country at the Noël Coward Theatre

Catch the West End production of highly praised new play Girl from the North Country, which features the songs of Bob Dylan. Follow the story of a small Minnesota community struggling to cope during the Great Depression. Until 24 Mar. Book now

Five Guys Named Moe at the Marble Arch Theatre

Join the down-hearted Nomax as Five Guys Named Moe try to cheer him up with an evening of Louis Jordan’s music. The singers, who all share the same name, appear from a radio to raise Nomax’s spirits with songs including Choo Choo Ch’Boogie and Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t My Baby? Until 24 Mar. Book now

Neverland at The Vaults

Man dressed as pirate standing in woods.

Journey into Neverland with this immersive, musical show inspired by the story of Peter Pan. Meet the Lost Boys and explore a world filled with pirates and fairies. Until 18 Mar. Book now

The Exorcist at the Phoenix Theatre

See one of the world’s most iconic horror stories, The Exorcist, adapted for the London stage. Adam Garcia plays a priest tackling his own demons who’s forced to battle an evil spirit possessing a young girl. Until 10 Mar. Book now

42nd Street at Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Discover the West End’s feel-good show, 42nd Street. Sheena Easton stars in the musical about a chorus girl who has the opportunity to step into the spotlight. Until 20 Oct. Book now

Dreamgirls at the Savoy Theatre

Catch the award-winning musical about a girl group aiming to find musical success, Dreamgirls. Featuring songs including And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going and One Night Only, the show follows the band’s struggle through the 1960s music business. Until 2 Jun. Book now

For more inspiration, check out our London theatre guide.